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Rwanda Holidays

Rwanda is less than half the size of Scotland, but is home to more than eight million people. The country is tucked deep in the heart of Africa, more than 1500 km from the nearest sea port. Within its borders are packed mountains, rivers, lakes, marshes, savannah and forests – including Nyungwe, the largest single remaining tract of montane forest in East and Central Africa. Tea and coffee bushes vie for space on the intensively cultivated hillsides with a patchwork of farms covering the slopes and valleys.


Akagera National Park

Lake Kivu
Nyungwe Forest National Park
Parc National des Volcans

Full camp listing with details coming soon. You can find our recommended camps under country highlights or call us on 01905 731373 for more detailed information.

Rwanda’s primary attractions lie in the Parc National des Volcans where the endangered mountain gorilla survives amongst the deep forests of the Virunga volcanoes. The PNV lies just a few hours drive north of Kigali and thus makes a convenient base for gorilla tracking. Elsewhere in this truly stunning country the adventurous can visit the lakes and savannah plains of Akagera, Nyungwe and the shimmering waters of Lake Kivu – all within a day’s drive of each other.

Gorilla Encounter; from £1,630pp

Discover Rwanda; from £4,160pp

 

ESSENTIAL INFO

RWANDA

WHEN TO GO

The dry seasons from June to October and December to March are considered the best times to visit.

VISAS

A visa is required for UK passport holders.

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

A Yellow Fever Certificate is required to enter Rwanda.

TIME DIFFERENCE

GMT + 3 Hours
(+2 Hour during British Summer Time)

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